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Jupiter's Darling
By Peter Filichia · Apr 1, 2002 · New York City
Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart Quick! Which Rodgers and Hart show enjoyed the longest run in its original production? Pal Joey? No, that ran 374 performances,...
Angels Takes Wing
By Charles Nelson · Mar 29, 2002 · New York City
The Angel-ic Al Pacino On April 1-no foolin'-Angels in America finally takes flight as a film after almost a decade of false starts, blind alleys, and ...
Miller Time
By Dan Bacalzo · Mar 29, 2002 · New York City
Tim Miller's naked body is often generously displayed in his performances, but there's much more to him and his work than that. His new book, a collection of six ...
Cabaret Forever
By Michael Portantiere · Mar 29, 2002 · New York City
Karen Akers Aside from giving audiences a chance to enjoy the great talents of cabaret stalwarts whose names may not yet be familiar to the general public--Natalie ...
When it Raines...
By Michael Buckley · Mar 29, 2002 · New York City
Ron Raines "It feels fabulous to be back on Broadway!" exclaims Ron Raines, the latest Billy Flynn in the long-running revival of Chicago. Though Raines' r&eac
Time and Again
By Peter Filichia · Mar 29, 2002 · New York City
The orginal cast of A Chorus Line performing ?One.? Not long after I wrote my piece on what shows I would visit if I had a Time ...
Monica and Henry
Monica Mancini Mancini at the Movies is meant to be a celebration of the music of Henry Mancini by his daughter, but it hasn't turned out that way. Instead, ...
View Finder
By Brooke Pierce · Mar 27, 2002 · New York City
Elaine Tse in 36 Views (Photo: Michal Daniel) The "36" in 36 Views, a new play being presented by the Public Theater, has many meanings for its author,
How Sweet it Is!
By Peter Filichia · Mar 27, 2002 · New York City
John Lithgow in Sweet Smell of Success(Photo: Paul Kolnik) I'd like to go to bat for Sweet Smell of Success. I've read Ernest Lehman's original 72-page ...
Theater League Gives $1 Million in Leftover 9/11 Funds to Non-Profit Arts Community
By Ben Winters · Mar 26, 2002 · New York City
Mayor Bloomberg and Tim Robbins at the press conference(Photo: Ben Winters) Here's a question that city governments very rarely have to ...

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